Chris Lonero posted:

OK Carey here is my first attempt at a black and white. 

Hi Chris - Love the idea of a tiered setup for under the tree!  Is the elevated track O or Standard Gauge?  And what are you using as supports for the elevated?

Thanks,

Andy

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Any side views of this one and/or more info please?  It looks like something in MESG that I've not yet come across!

It is a McCoy Chief Cle Elum. Picture and text in this picture is from the McCoy's catalog from 1982-1983. Great looking and running engine! 

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Took an inventory of my 500 series cars, now up to 36.  Also a photo of my #9 trolley that can run off the third rail or off my live catenary. I need to add some people in it and a trailing red light. My parts list is growing for York !!

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jay jay posted:

Santa Fe passing church.Santa Fes passing the church

Ne'er more a perfect picture to fit the tune of Johnny Cash singing "Sunday morning comin down".

Here's some shots from 40 years ago of the Wyomissing PA Mall layout. We ran four trains on the two other loops. Two street cars in the area aside the Roundhouses. A coal train in the wiggly mountain loop next to the Power house. A commuter train around 921 Scenic Park. There was a non operating Lionel race set next to the commuter line. Plus an operating Lionel airplane flying about. It was up for the month of January 1977. By the way all the trains and accessories were original, no repaints.

Ron M

 

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ron m posted:

Here's some shots from 40 years ago of the Wyomissing PA Mall layout. We ran four trains on the two other loops. Two street cars in the area aside the Roundhouses. A coal train in the wiggly mountain loop next to the Power house. A commuter train around 921 Scenic Park. There was a non operating Lionel race set next to the commuter line. Plus an operating Lionel airplane flying about. It was up for the month of January 1977. By the way all the trains and accessories were original, no repaints.

Ron M

 

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WOW!!! Unbelievable!!!

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